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Cities@Tufts Virtual Colloquium Spring 2021 Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Meghan R. Tenhoff
33:28
Welcome! Let us know where you are zooming in from. Send questions via chat.
Aaron Cole
34:26
Aaron Cole, from Chattanooga TN
Meghan R. Tenhoff
34:56
Somerville, MA which is located on Wôpanâak (Wampanoag) and Massachusett traditional territory.
Joanne Coughlan
35:04
Me and my canine colleagues are watching and learning here in Dublin, Ireland. Thank you!
Meghan R. Tenhoff
59:25
Please send questions for Dr. Beamish through the chat
Sally Akiki
01:02:35
Where does the “public trees” timeline of the US fall with respect to that of Europe? (Specially that Europe is known by its street planning...)
Zakir Virani
01:04:15
Hi! This is really cool so far. Is there accounts of the success of those early street trees? How did the cities insure they grew healthy and did not disrupt the street with roots and such or was the ground much more permeable?
Becky Eidelman
01:06:26
What happens to street trees now that so many of them are sick and dying? In my hometown a record number of street trees have been taken down in the last year. What kind of species do we need to plant now that will be resilient in the future?
Colloquium Watch Party
01:06:56
Re Stuart's quote: is there any dialogue between trees in the city and the idea of Garden Cities?
Julian Agyeman
01:11:26
More questions!
Colloquium Watch Party
01:14:24
Are there any underlying racial inequities in the distribution and support for trees?
DJAMESON
01:14:30
In my neighborhood in Queens, there are many mulberry trees as well as other types of fruit trees. Most people see them as a nuisance but are there any efforts to plant more fruit trees in cities?
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:15:11
Beacon Hill Food Forest In Seattle
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:15:24
How does the role of municipal arborist relate to community member care for trees? What do we know about employment programs for tree planting and care?
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:19:33
There's a model in Hartford with returning prisoners.
Colloquium Watch Party
01:22:02
Is three a functional difference leading towards municipal preference for trees over shrubs?
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:24:20
(Maybe we need more trees on campus for tree houses to give us more space for student group work and classroom. -:) )
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:26:31
Thank you
Shravanthi Gopalan Narayanan
01:26:36
Thank you so much!
Perri Sheinbaum (she/her)
01:26:39
Thank you so much!
Ingeborg Fjeldberg
01:27:10
Thank you!